Come back with me to 1992. A gallon of gas cost $1. McDonald’s opened it’s first restaurant in Beijing. Aladdin and Sister Act were taking theaters by storm. A sewer exploded in Mexico. And Alexander Burhans released his unique Orbit watch with clever dotted date window.
You can relive those heady days withe the reissue of the Orbit. This quartz piece features a white face surrounded by a ring of numbers and a little dot that signals the data. The Kickstarter is closed but we’re waiting patiently for them to start selling this on their site.
The watch also comes in women’s sizes and with a black face.
While we’ll never be able to relive the 1992 hit All for Love by Color Me Badd we can relive the magic of the Orbit with this clever and handsome piece. Here’s hoping we can get our hands on one sooner than later.
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